In the workplace, independent employees are sometimes viewed as non-team players,
this is not always the case. They require control over their own decision making
and work, and freedom to achieve their goals as they see fit. Then they are quite
willing team players for social and bonding activities.
Often self-motivated and self-discipline, they have the drive to achieve their
goals independently and autonomously. They like to do tasks alone, and often do
not care what others think of them, having strength and confidence to stand up
for what they believe and move forward.
They do not like to rely on others for support, decision making, resources and
prefer to be self-sufficient. This means they are held fully responsible and must
take ownership of the outcomes from their actions.